Saturday, May 25, 2019

TKC SATURDAY QUESTION: HAS FLOODING CREATED DOUBT AMONG VOTERS ABOUT SO-CALLED KANSAS CITY MOMENTUM?!?



The rain returns to night but a brie pause offers us a moment for reflection . . .

The recent deluge has flooded Kansas City basements and demonstrated to voters that basic services are more important than the tourist game. BUT Will the shift in priorities impact the upcoming election??!? 

More importantly . . .

WILL JOLIE JUSTUS OR QUINTON LUCAS SAVE KANSAS CITY FROM FLOODING?!?!

Never mind that neither candidate did much to help alleviate the situation over the past 4 years they held office.

And so . . . Tonight we prepare for more rain as KCMO has been coping with water threats since The Great Flood of '51 but our political establishment still struggles to even keep the sewers clean.

Check the links:

KMBC: Storms return Saturday evening

Fox4KC: Severe weather threat continues (with breaks)

KMBC: It looks like Wednesday before we begin to see a drying trend.

Developing . . .

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

KC next transit fad should be boats.

Anonymous said...

The momentum is fine as long as you're heading downstream.

Anonymous said...

Both candidates are USELESS

DelusionalProgressive said...

KCMO's $ billion smart sewer system has been a colossal failure especially the minions in charge claimed they would eliminate the flooding.

Anonymous said...


There's NO MOMENTUM there's only failure and you dumb asses who have the Jolie Justus and Quntion Lucas signs out in front your yard are ignorant suckers!

Anonymous said...

This is exactly what happens in demmocrim run cities, failure after failure. sLIE and company have ignored this problem for eight years, god knows what’ll happen when the next worthless mayor comes in. WE’RE DOOMED.

Anonymous said...

3:33 I think I know where we can get some duck boats........ cheap too!

Anonymous said...

the new Venice perhaps?

Anonymous said...

Keep voting yes, yes, yes to new taxes.

Anonymous said...

7:06 : Too late, I already bought them up and will be selling seats on the D boats when it floods on Indian Creek, Will also be offering tours on all water main breaks at 50% off. City hall is donating hot mix that should have been used to fix potholes that has been molded in to the shape of life jackets for all tax paying citizens who take the tour.